Prince Harry ‘crossed King Charles’s red line’ by attacking Queen in Spare, says royal expert

Prince Harry has ‘crossed King Charles’s red line’ by mentioning the Queen consort in his memoir, Spare, according to a royal reporter.

The King reportedly ordered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to vacate Frogmore Cottage just one day after the release of the Duke’s book in which he accused Camilla of leaking stories to the press.

The couple have been given until after the coronation to fully move out of the property.

A spokesperson for the pair said: “We can confirm the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage.”

Discussing the development, GB News’ Royal Reporter, Cameron Walker, said: “We've always heard that the Queen consort was Charles's red line.

“The fact that Prince Harry clearly appears to have crossed said red line in Harry's memoir Spare perhaps suggests why the King decided to make the decision.”

Tune in to GB News Live with Mark Longhurst, Monday-Friday from 12pm, only on GB News.

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